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September 6th 2016
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The Salvation Army’s rare breed centre at Hadleigh Farm Estate is putting Essex on the map after being recognised by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust (RBST) as the county’s only approved ‘Conservation Farm Park’.

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September 1st 2016
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Residents from Coedpoeth gathered to see local MP, Susan Elan Jones cut the ribbon at The Salvation Army’s new location for its community shop while the church’s band played outside.

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August 30th 2016
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new service including an emergency food provision is being launched in Torquay on the 12 September designed to deliver sustainable support to some of the most vulnerable local people.

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August 25th 2016
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A centre which provides accommodation and support for young people and families who have experienced homelessness has been praised. 

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August 23rd 2016
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The Salvation Army's community church in Lockerbie has been praised as a lifeline for vulnerable people.

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August 22nd 2016
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For David Standen, a former resident at our Cambria House Lifehouse in London, the chance to perform at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this week is a dream come true – and the latest step on his journey back from the brink.

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August 22nd 2016
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A new report today reveals continued dramatic growth in victims of modern slavery requiring support from The Salvation Army.

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August 18th 2016
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Captains Jennifer and David Gosling are planning a mini festival of music and events as their base on the Pleasance becomes venue 405 of the world largest arts festival.

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August 17th 2016
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A community shop in Coedpoeth is getting ready to move into new premises with the aim of increasing the support given to some of the most vulnerable local people. The opening event is being held on Wednesday 31st August at 10am and the community is invited to join the celebrations.  

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August 11th 2016
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The Salvation Army’s SAFE School of Arts celebrated 30 years of supporting people with special needs from National Star College in Cheltenham.

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